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Byron's around-the-world voyage in the Dolphin...
April 18, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 18, 1767
* Commodore John Byron
* HMS Dolphin
* World voyage
Inside has half of a page taken up with: "Further Extracts from A Voyage round the World in his Majesty's Ship the Dolphin, Commanded by the Hon. Commodore Byron".
Eight pages, 8 1/4 by 11 inches, very nice condition.... See More
A new town near Hispaniola...
June 06, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, June 6, 1767 Inside has most of a column headed: "America" with datelines from Philadelphia, New York & Kingston, Jamaica.
One report notes that: "...Gov. Seymour...had already planned a town which was to be built on the Grand Key, and to be called by the name of Shelburne. As these islands lie so contiguous to Hispaniola...is imagined... See More
American news from the South...
April 28, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 28, 1767 Inside has half a column of report taken: "From the South Carolina Gazette" with a Charleston dateline, beginning: "The animosity between the French & Spaniards at New Orleans has risen to great heights..." & another item mentions: "...seven traders from Virginia who were carrying goods into the Cherokee country w... See More
Protestant Irish settling in Charleston...
April 21, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 21, 1767
* Early America report
* Pre-Revolutionary War
Inside has a report headed: "America" which includes an item datelined Charleston, S.C. which notes: "Yesterday a vessel arrived here from Ireland with 230 Protestants settlers, encouraged by the large bounty given by this province, and the success their countrymen have met wit... See More
Very early tennis report...
April 14, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 14, 1767
* Very early tennis
The front page has: "A Further Account of the Patagonian Indians". Inside has a rare & very early tennis report: "Yesterday the great match at Tennis between Tomkyns and Maccon was determined in favour of the latter; many of the nobility were present, and considerable bets depending." Also a repo... See More
Dismissing an agent...
April 02, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 2, 1767 Inside has an "Extract of a Letter from Boston (New England)" concerning the dismissal of Mr. Jackson as an agent for the colony of Massachusetts, signed by the governor: Fra. Bernard.
Eight pages, 8 1/4 by 11 inches, nice condition.
News from America...
February 24, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Feb. 24, 1767
* Pre Revolutionary War Southern America
Inside has an: "Extract of a Letter From Pensacola". Most of a page has part of a continuing article on: "The History of Greenland, Containing a Description of the Country & Its Inhabitants". Elsewhere are a few items from "America", one noting a ship bound for New O... See More
Pensacola, Florida, is growing rapidly...
February 17, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Feb. 17, 1767
* Very early Pensacola, Florida
Page 2 has a report from Charleston, South Carolina, noting that: "They write from Pensacola, that the town continues to increase prodigiously..." with other news.
Eight pages, 8 1/2 by 11 inches, very nice condition.
Skeleton from the Black Assize of Oxford 1577...
March 23, 1767
THE GLOCESTER JOURNAL [Gloucester], England, March 23, 1767 Page 3 has an interesting item: "Last week the skeleton of a man in setters, with one jaw and some of the large bones perfect, was dug up in removing some ground in our Castle Green, eastward of the ruins of the old County Hall, memorable as the place wherein was held the fatal black assize, in the year 1577... upwards of 500 o... See More
Trouble in the colonies...
September 12, 1767
ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE, London, Sept. 12, 1767 Page 3 contains a biting speech by the Lt. Governor of West Florida to the Assembly, noting in part: "...I find much of your attention taken up in unworthy attempts to throw reflections upon my conduct...the most insolent & shameful resolutions that any Assembly ever presented to a Governor...What must other Colonies think of you whe... See More
Charleston residents warn against ship landing in their port... Funeral of the Duke of York...
Item #657564THE GLOCESTER JOURNAL, England, Nov. 9, 1767
* Early Southern America report
(currently spelled Gloucester) The ftpg. has most of the first column taken up with details of the funeral of the Duke of York & Albany, younger bother to King George III. He died in Monaco while on a trip but was buried in Westminster Abbey.
Pages 2 & 3 contains letter from Charleston, on... See More
A pestilence in Maryland spread by convicts from a prison ship....
Item #657561THE GLOCESTER JOURNAL, England, Oct. 12, 1767 (currently spelled Gloucester) The ftpg. has a report headed: "America" with a dateline of "Annapolis, in Maryland, July 29" concerning an outbreak of: "...that horrid contagious distemper, commonly called the gaol [jail] fever...A casual visit...from one of the felons some time since imported in a convict ship comm... See More
Item #650311THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, August, 1767 Among the articles within are: "Observations on the American Locust" which takes nearly two pages and includes three illustrations of them (see); "Journey to the Written Mountains" includes a foldout plate showing the inscriptions there, near the Red Sea (see), measuring 8 by 10 1/2 inches; "Acts for the Preservation... See More
Uncommon provincial title with a decorative masthead...
Item #649299THE GLOCESTER JOURNAL, England, 1767-68 (currently spelled Gloucester). Here is a very nice, four page issue from the year the Stamp Act was repealed and just a few years before the outbreak of the Revolutionary War in the colonies. This issue has a very nice & decorative masthead featuring engravings on either side. The front page also has a red-inked tax stamp. This issue contains various ne... See More
The death of Prince Edward, Duke of York...
September 17, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, September 17, 1767
* Multiple reports from America
Page two has multiple reports from Charles-Town, South Carolina [current Charleston] which tell of robberies and other hostilities, some of which are described as "worse than the most savage Indians." See images for the graphic details. Page 6 has additional reports from Elizabeth-Town, New Jersey [cu... See More
The death of Prince Edward, Duke of York...
September 29, 1767
THE LONDON GAZETTE, England, September 29, 1767
* The death of Prince Edward, Duke of York & Albany
The front page has an order for a day of "General Mourning for his late Royal Highness Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany." Other items on the front page provide how this day of mourning is to be carried out. Prince Edward is the namesake of Prince Edward County, Virgi... See More
Meeting with the Indians... Acts of the Mass. Assembly...
June 27, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, June 27, 1767 Page 6 has over half a column with news from America which includes mention of a few Acts passed by the Mass. governor, including: "An Act for laying out and establishing a new street in the town of Boston" with others. Also a letter from Charleston with mention of a meeting with the headmen of the Creek Indian nation.
Eight pages, 8 1/... See More
Boston troubles... Gambling...
Item #632985SUPPLEMENT TO THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE FOR THE YEAR 1767, London. This is the "supplemental" issue published at the end of the year and having on the front page the table of contents and the title (see).
Perhaps the prime feature is the very nice foldout plate which shows: "...an elegant prospect in the gardens of her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales, at Kew." ... See More
Birth of a prince... Poem on playing cards...
November 05, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Nov. 5, 1767 Page 2 has a report announcing the birth of a son to King George III, with: "This day about noon the Queen was happily delivered of a Prince...This great event was soon after made known by the firing of the Tower guns. Her majesty is, God be praised, as well as can be expected; and the young Prince is in perfect health." This was Prince E... See More
A letter of thanks from Boston...
June 08, 1767
THE GLOCESTER JOURNAL, (Gloucester), England, June 8, 1767 Page 3 has: "A Letter from Boston, New-England" is a note of thanks including: "...noble & generous efforts in support of the common rights of mankind & liberties of Great Britain & her colonies..." (see). The tone would change in a few years.
Red tax stamp on the front page, 4 pages, folio size, neve... See More
Dismissing an agent...
April 02, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 2, 1767 Inside has an "Extract of a Letter from Boston (New England)" concerning the dismissal of Mr. Jackson as an agent, signed by the governor: Fra. Bernard (see).
Eight pages, 88 1/4 by 11 inches, some damp staining & minor margin wear.
Success in converting & educating the Cherokee Indians...
June 11, 1767
THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, June 11, 1767 Inside has reports from Boston and Charleston headed: "America" (see) with reports datelined Boston and Charleston, the latter noting: "Mr. Hammerer, who came over from England with intent to civilize and convert the Cherokee Indians, has met with more success than some persons seemed to expect...have elected him head man over them ... See More
Full page of American news... The notorious Elizabeth Brownrigg...
Item #568638THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, September, 1767 The first article is: "An Authentick Narrative of the Many horrid Cruelties inflicted by Mrs. Elizabeth Brownrigg upon her Poor Apprentice Girls" which includes a full page plate of their plight (see), and the four page article.
Among other articles are: "A Description of a Deer of the Cape of Good Hope" which is acco... See More
From the year after the Stamp Act was repealed...
Item #121059THE ST. JAMES CHRONICLE; OR, THE BRITISH EVENING POST, London, England, 1767 Nice engraving in the masthead makes this a displayable issue. Various news of the day and a wealth of ads, from not long before the outbreak of the Revolutionary War.
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